Scientific name: Copelandia Cyanescens (or Panaeolus Cyanescens)
Native to: Warm zones of both hemispheres
Description: A small mushroom with a long, thin stem and a flat, grey-brown cap carrying black spores. White stem colours blue when bruised. Bitter taste.
Active substance(s): Psilocybin and psilocin.
Effect: This is a very potent mushroom that creates very strong visuals and can be quite overwhelming at times. Hawaiian mushrooms are more suited for the experienced psychonauts and can very well be used for shamanic purposes and experiments.
Preparation: Can be eaten fresh or dried. Dried mushrooms have to be chewed very well, and are best soaked in hot water to make a tea, to improve absorption. The softened mushrooms can be eaten along with it.
Dosage: 5 grams fresh or 0,5 gram dried.